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This was done last weekend so I thought I'd start it this weekend. It's Firday night what are you doing?
Me I'm wishing I had T.V. so I could watch the olympics. We get two channels PBS and FOX that's it and I don't think either one will have the olympics on other than the news. I got the movis Excalibur from the library, I love King Arthur tails. I have another spinning demo to do tomorrow for Bemidji Polar Dayz.
**Hey Grizz, this weekend is the big icefishing extravaganza(sp)down near where Cabin lives.** Next weekend is the Eelpout festival in Walker. I usually make sure I am as far away from either of these events as possible.
I'll probably go through my woods if the weather hold out. They are talking about a winter storm for the northern half of the state. 5-8 inches of snow, promises, promises! I also plan on trying to catch up on sleep.
How about you all, what are you doing?
-- Susan In the northwoods of Minnesota (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 08, 2002
May worm goats, pull weeds, take the dog for good walk in the woods. If it stays nice, might even talk someone into taking the boat out and look on the shore line about a mile from me for interesting pieces of driftwood. I have a big sewing project waiting for me when I get to the lake, so I may start on the throw pillows and try to get motivated to make the duvet cover. OR... may sit on the porch and do nuttin'!!
-- Carole (email@example.com), February 08, 2002.
OMG! THE OLYMPICS, I FORGOT. Excuse me while I run to turn on the TV. sprinting, gasping. Okay, TV's on, let's see if I get them on one of my 3.5 channels. Thanks, Susan, for the reminder. Blessings to you (again). This weekend? Change oil in car. Make new signs to sell 1983 Bronco. Groom Aussie dog (2 hour job). Eat left over Scalloped Taters (I can't seem to cook for less than 5 people). Decide on what and how to get shed kit to land through swampy 2 track. I KNOW...recruit my brother with the truck. HA. Problem solved,,,maybe, depends on his mood. (grin)
-- Susan in Northern Michigan (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 08, 2002.
Probably get hooked watching Olympics. I don't ski anymore..blew out my knee back a ways so don't want to chance that again..much prefer walking with out canes/crutches.....But I enjoy watching those crazy kids defying death in their quest for glory!
Can't ride the sled to the club house [trails bare of snow] so Sun. I'll do my pancakes & home made saussage right here.
same ol same ol.....just an other sat. & sun.
-- Jim-mi (email@example.com), February 08, 2002.
Worms, worms, worms and more worms. Still have four bins with 200 to 300 pounds in each to harvest, seperate and re-establish.
-- Jay Blair in N. AL (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 2002.
Jay I think I am the only one who can get excited about you and your worms. I wish I could dig in the dirt and squiggy worm masses. The little ones are so cute.
-- Susan oh forget it you all know me, I'm the other one! (email@example.com), February 09, 2002.
Northwoods Minnesota Susan, My brother and wife on their way home to Illinois from South Padre Island, stopped to bring me oranges, grapefruit, and some really weird kinda of pottery art and wooden carving of goat from Mexico. I will bottle feed my baby goats, do the chores, go to the post office and the feed store. Tonight, it is the dinner/show at the Longton grade school and have spagetti, southeast Kansas style and watch my talented gradchildren perform! Tomorrow, if it ain't too cold those 4 BIG roosters go out of the chickenyard and into the freezer. Oh yes a baby goat pen outside since they can now jump up on the couch. Fun, fun, fun!
-- Karen Mauk (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 09, 2002.
Jay, What do you do with all those worms. Have you a market for them? I've thought of propagateing a bunch and then putting them into the garden area. I'm afraid they wouldn't do well here...to sandy.
-- Jim-mi (email@example.com), February 10, 2002.
Ok the weekends over so I'll tell you what I did. Caught the chickens that got lose, shoveled snow, worked, cleaned house, the usual stuff.
-- Sherry (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 11, 2002.
Sunday it was nice to not even go out; ie. mama nature doin' her thing; the wind wippin' the snow! It was a beautiful thing! OK so some of you southerners mite not have enjoyed it>[[[ You've got to experience *horizontial snow*!!!
-- Jim-mi (email@example.com), February 11, 2002.